I was invited to participate in ‘One Item…What will you choose?’ Fabric paint was the one item this week and I had fun making something I’d planned to make for a long time! After I show you my fabric paint project, How to Make a Christmas Pillow, check out the links below for more fabric paint projects!
Have you started thinking about Christmas Decor yet? I’ve been crushing on Avocado Green for a while now, and when my MIL visited last, she brought me a fun gift she’d found at an estate sale: A Vintage 1970s Green Glass Bubble Stopper Top. It’s so cute and totally meant to be…green is definitely going to be blasting at my house this Christmas! Know what else I’ve found that I’m going to get lots of use out of…a FREE link to Monogram Letters!! You’ve got to love Martha! I used these fonts on my Silhouette CAMEO, but you can also print them at home and cut them out of paper or contact paper/drawer liner to make your own stencil.
I used my stencil and platinum metallic fabric paint with a dabber to add the letters ‘J’ and ‘O’ to a white IKEA pillow cover. Once the letters were painted and dry, I outlined my stencil letter ‘Y’ onto the pillow cover and used 3 strands of avocado green embroidery thread to hand stitch the outline of the letter ‘Y.’ If you need a bit of a refreshers course on embroidery, you will want to make your first stitch, then enter from the middle of the first stitch to create your second stitch…continue overlapping each stitch until complete! Seriously easy stuff! And I’m loving my cozy-cute Christmas Pillow mixed with my perfect houndstooth pillows – yes, I’ve done a little rearranging. I’ll show you my Fall Master Decor soon, until then enjoy the pic below and if you haven’t seen it yet, check out the pillow I made last month…crossing my fingers you like it!
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